Philadelphia brand Cheesecake filling

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2008/02/27 16:09:46 (permalink)

Philadelphia brand Cheesecake filling

Has anybody tried that container of cheescake filling from Philadelphia cream cheese??? Looks interesting on the tv commercials...and it is from the cream cheese company I usually use.
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    eruby
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    RE: Philadelphia brand Cheesecake filling 2008/02/28 10:49:05 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by leethebard
    Has anybody tried that container of cheescake filling from Philadelphia cream cheese??? Looks interesting on the tv commercials...and it is from the cream cheese company I usually use.
    I tried a tub of this a few months back and wasn't too impressed. Had a stronger than I like lemon flavor and never set up very well, too creamy.

    It was on sale for $3.99 and I had a $1 off coupon, and it was certainly convenient to use, but if your expecting anything more than an okay quick dessert, I think you'll be disappointed.
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    RE: Philadelphia brand Cheesecake filling 2008/02/28 11:00:16 (permalink)
    I've tried that. If you're more interested in convenience than quality of taste, it's a decent product. Actually, it's not bad for what it is. It's not gonna make you a "wow" cheesecake. However, it is much better than no cheesecake at all.
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    RE: Philadelphia brand Cheesecake filling 2008/02/28 11:03:42 (permalink)
    I wasn't real impressed with it myself. I had high expectations though, being the Philadelphia brand and all. But fortunately I had a $2 coupon for it. Also, I didn't use it for a traditional cheesecake, but in mini tarts.
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    ann peeples
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    RE: Philadelphia brand Cheesecake filling 2008/02/28 14:48:24 (permalink)
    I have not been tempted to try it-to be honest, I still like Sara Lees frozen cheesecake!
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